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Rock musical “Murder Ballad” features Chauvet Professional Rogue fixtures
In a recent production of the Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash rock musical “Murder Ballad” at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, lighting designer Clifford Michael Spulock captured the apprehension of characters caught in a world turned upside down. Helping him evoke this feeling were Chauvet Professional Rogue R1 Spot fixtures.
“The show is really charged with emotion as it moves through the breaking and splintering of relationships,” says Spulock. “I wanted to portray this feeling as literally as I could, not just with color, but also by breaking up the light with gobos, which I felt would really convey a sense of the characters’ fragmented world.”
During the play, which took place at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts’ cabaret style Abdo New River Room, the actors sometimes moved through the audience. “Since this show was actually done cabaret style, the audience sat at small tables instead of normal theatre seating, and the actors often interacted with them,” says Spulock.
“I positioned four of the Rogue Spots on FOH truss, two house left and two house right. An additional two Rogues were on the apron truss, and the final two were on the upstage truss, along with four Colorado 1-Quad Zoom Tours.”
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